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feat: Adding labels to the metric descriptor in the (#88)
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This helps understand how to add labels for custom metrics [1].


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Fixes #86  🦕
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vinbs committed Mar 2, 2021
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import uuid

from google.api import metric_pb2 as ga_metric
from google.api import label_pb2 as ga_label
from import monitoring_v3

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descriptor.metric_kind = ga_metric.MetricDescriptor.MetricKind.GAUGE
descriptor.value_type = ga_metric.MetricDescriptor.ValueType.DOUBLE
descriptor.description = "This is a simple example of a custom metric."

labels = ga_label.LabelDescriptor()
labels.key = "TestLabel"
labels.value_type = ga_label.LabelDescriptor.ValueType.STRING
labels.description = "This is a test label"

descriptor = client.create_metric_descriptor(
name=project_name, metric_descriptor=descriptor
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